I have a histogram of points with a dip in the center of the bell, seeming to create two bells, or two clusters. What is the name for this kind of shaped distribution? This curve should be normal but doesn't quite seem to be.
It could be a bimodal distribution
Or then it could just be the a run of the mill normal distribution as the dip in the middle doesn't appear to be that big.
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A bimodal distribution. You could also say it's an almost-normal curve with negative kurtosis. (Kurtosis refers to the spikiness of a normal curve; a bell-shaped curve that is very tall and elongated in height would have positive kurtosis). Your curve also appears to have a long right tail, so it is skewed to the right.